Thomas Joseph and Murphy are currently playing around the acoustic scene in the northwest. In less than a year they have made remarkable progress performing many gigs (over 60) around the north west of England. Also busked and played many venues across Europe. This has not gone unnoticed by the media. Many Interviews and articles have been printed, also a number of glowing reviews from both professional and independent reviewers. Radio Merseyside, Manchester, Cheshire and Rockland radio (New York) give there songs regular airplay, as well as interviews and live sessions. They stand out through their intricate guitar work, close harmonies and varied song writing. A deep lyrical content and a strong melody is always present in their work. Their music was described by Ted Guy as "an iron fist inside a velvet glove". Listen and make your own analogy, but there is no denying they create great music. Recently recorded a 14 track album entitled 'Weary nights', which will be available in stores or online 10th July 08. Songs Recorded at Parr street studios 26/06/07.. Old dog, the feeling\'s gone and what went wrong recorded at \'the landing\' by Jeff Jepson.